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Hackable FedEx Kinko's cards | 2006-03-04 20:22:44
Security experts from Secure Science company have found an easy and cheap way to boost your Kinko's card credit and change the serial number, to have hours of fun printing, scanning, surfing and Xeroxing at your local Kinko's for free.

Mac OS X security update | 2006-03-03 13:36:27
Apple issued a security update for Mac OS X, fixing 20 vulnerabilities with one blow.

Doctor loses $3 mil to a 419 scam? | 2006-03-02 12:47:00
Guy Gottschalk has sued his father, a well known psychiatrist, asking the court to take away his right to administrate the family's fortune. He claims dr. Louis Gottschalk lost money to Nigerian scams.

Yahoo sues former workers for stealing company data | 2006-03-02 04:49:59
Yahoo Inc. sued seven of its former employees on Monday. In the suit, the company alleges that those workers stole trade secrets to give to their new employers, the MForma Group Inc.

Ex government employee facing jail sentence | 2006-03-01 04:34:03
U.S. Department of Justice announced that a former IT system auditor for a U.S. government agency has been charged for hacking and secretly monitoring his supervisor's e-mail and computer use.

Critical Oracle security patch | 2006-02-28 20:11:24
It seems that E-Business Suite software was too buggy even for Oracle to wait for another two months, when the next security update is due. The patch addresses numerous vulnerabilities in one component of the Oracle software.

cPanel File Manager vulnerability | 2006-02-28 06:00:00
A vulnerability was discovered in the File Manager feature of the popular cPanel web hosting system. Presumably, any file hosted on a cPanel server with File Manager editor can be edited without any authorization.

Can wealthy people sue Xatrix? | 2006-02-27 23:01:59
Are wealthy people above common decency or does it just happen to us?

Trojan attacked over the weekend | 2006-02-27 00:44:20
PWSteal.Tarno.S aka Clagger-H, tormented e-mail users over the weekend. Some are thought to be exposed, since the anti-virus vendors patched their programs on Monday. This gave the virus the whole weekend to spread around and steal as many passwords as possible.

A critical Adobe flaw fixed | 2006-02-26 00:04:31
Adobe Systems has fixed a critical flaw in Macromedia Shockwave Installer, which had the capacity to expose millions of PCs to code execution attacks.

New IBM security software | 2006-02-25 21:16:37
IBM company has been putting much work into ist latest product: an application that should help users safeguard their internal networks from inside hacking attempts.

Phishing on the rise | 2006-02-24 03:45:07
In a recently survey conducted by Sophos the results have shown that over half of business surfers receive at least one phishing e-mail a day, while 22 per cent receive five or more a day.

In prison for stealing data | 2006-02-23 03:29:18
Scott Levine, once owner of Snipermail, an e-mail marketing company, has just been sent to prison for eight years, accused if stealing more than 1 billion data records.

Another critical OS X vulnerability | 2006-02-22 01:12:05
An extremely critical vulnerability in Mac OS X allows malicious attackers to rename any file in ZIP archive to sound safe.

12 Nigerians arrested for 419-er | 2006-02-22 00:20:51
12 Ngerians have been arrested in Holland under pretenses of conducting an Internet scam, fooling (mostly) Americans to invest in bogus business opportunities.

iPod can steal business data | 2006-02-21 00:33:55
Abe Usher, an American security expert, wrote a program that can fill an iPod with business-critical data in a matter of minutes. Usher is also warning companies about it, urging them to heighten their computer security.

Google dodges the government again | 2006-02-20 18:22:36
After the Justice Department demanded the court press Google to hand over the search information, the company filed papers back, saying the request is simply nonsense.

Hack Microsoft products for $10 000 | 2006-02-19 22:21:44
iDefense Labs is offering a $10,000 to any hacker who finds a worm hole in Microsoft's products. This is part of a new quarterly hacking challenge the security company is implementing to its Vulnerability Contributor Program.

British government wants back door to Vista | 2006-02-18 23:29:04
British officials, fearing Vista would make it difficult for police to read suspect's computers, is asking Microsoft to provide a work-around.

Microsoft patches the Tuesday patch | 2006-02-17 10:13:22
After some users reported that they were unable to install the patch for TCP/IP vulnerability, Microsoft had to patch the patch.

Mr. And Mrs. Smith rootkit | 2006-02-16 19:51:58
F-Secure warned of a DVD which uses rootkit copy protection.

IM virus hits Apple OS X | 2006-02-16 18:02:14
Leap-A is the first ever virus to attack Apple's Mac OS X software.

Microsoft patches away | 2006-02-15 12:59:39
The Microsoft's monthly update brought fixes for seven vulnerabilities in Windows and its various parts. Five advisories are rated important while two are deemed critical.

Internet Explorer drag-and-drop flaw | 2006-02-14 17:07:45
Drag-and-drop Internet Explorer vulnerability was reported to Microsoft back in August 2005, but remains unpatched. The flaw allows an attacker to run malicious code and takeover the users computer.

Exploit code for Firefox online | 2006-02-13 12:48:49
An exploit code for already patched Firefox flaw has surfaced, making it essential for users to upgrade their Firefox browser to the newest version.

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